Thursday, may 1, 1941
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACON IAN
Franklin High School Class of 1941
. . and "
COMINGS AND GOINGS
MRS. LESTER S. CONLEY, PHONE 104,
ANNOUNCEMENT OF MISS
Mr. and Mrs. George M. Slagle
announce the engagement of their
dauRhter, Miss Margaret Estena,
to Claude Heath Bolton of Frank
lin. The wedding will take place in
the early summer. ' ,
PUPILS RECITAL '
A large crowd attended the re
cital given by the pupils of Mrs.
Harry S. Higgins' music class in
'the ''Macon Theatre an Sunday
The Cowee school rhythni band,
organized this, year- under the di
rection of Mrs. Zeb Moss, teacher,
took an active part on - the pro
glram, with Zena Pearl Rickman
as leader. Ruth West and Freida
Potts at the piano. -
Other pupils talking parts includ
ed Ann amd Percy Wright, Clara
Jean Parrish, . Gladys Stiles, Bever
ly Christy, Dorothy Scott, Agnes
Stiles, Freida Potts, Helen Gibson,
Alvin Stiles, Sybil Pott,?, Dorothy
Reid, prances Shepherd, Joan
Potts, Joan Palmer, Ruth West,
Mildred Reid, Zena Pearl Rick
man, Mrs: Fred Palmer, Roy Rick
man and Mrs. Lon Thompson.
Guest musicians were Betty Lou
Mrs. E. L. McK.ee of Sylva an
nounced the offer of a prize
ten dollars to be used as the dis
trict decides in the essay contest.
Th program included the wel
come by Mrs. Dan Tompkins for
the local chapter, H, Gibson, mayor
of Sylva and Dan Tompkins, for
the American kegion. The response
was made by Mrs, Preston Thomas
of ' 'Asheville. ' The address of the
day was delivered by Mrs. R. O.
Everett, of Durham, djvision pres
ident, who was. introduced by Mrs.
L. E. Fisher, Asheville,- state pres
ident. Luncheon was served at the
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FORMER MACON PASTOR
CELEBRATES 70th YEAR
The Kev. W. 1. Hughes, who has
served the Franklin and Macon
circuits, and ' who now makes his
home at Rutherford College, cele
brated his 70th birthday last Sun
day. A large number of friends
united with the ministerial .associa
tion of Lovelady 'township, Burke
county, in the celebration. After
dinner, the regular business of lhe
association was transacted.
' Mr. Hughes continues some ac
tive preaching and is teacher of
the men's" Bible class. On this
occasion of his reaching his "three
shown here are the meniilier.s ot the class ot 1941 ot the high school who received their diplomas .Wednesday nmht.
right, they are : Front row, Virginia Zachary, Evelyn Sondlri'imer, Mattie Faye Rogers, Mane Conlev, Gladys. Baldwin. K.:itlirv,n Lon,
Mary Evelyn Angel, Edith Kiinsey, Virginia l'enland. Ruby ,(.iretroory, . hva J.ee Fr:ily, and Doris I'outs; second row, l.nuix-" Murrav,
Edna Shepherd, Helen Jo Conley, Mona Lee Edwards, -Patitine- Wild, Jennie Scott, Helen Potts Higdon, Virginia Lenoir, Katliertnr
Ann Huggins, Mamie Addington, Louise Kinsland, Almona Rowland, Dorothy Penlarid, .Mary -Addington, Edith Miller, Dorothy Reid,'
Mary Evelyn Moore, and Christine Dills; third row, Catherine Conley, Pauline Rowland, John Smith, Coriley Bradley, Porter Duncan,
Claude Leatherman, Felix Hall, Allan Brooks, Arthur Cabe, Earl Younce, T. L. Jamison, Andy Patton, Geneva Buchanan, arid Frances
Ashe; fourth row, Dick Sloan, Keith Gregory, Bob McClure, J. R. McCracken, Lewis Patton, Marvin Roper, Blake Rowland, Don
Cabe, Frank Crisp, HI D. Corbin, Henderson Dean, John Wasilik, and R. L. Crawford. The mascots are Lela Jo Gailey and Robert
Finley.-- ''''':.' '';'..':
score years and ten" Mr., Hughes'
Skaggs, of Walhalla, S. C, a for-j many friends remembered him with
mer ' pupil, - Mrs. Philip L. Greem gifts and greetings,
and Mrs. Fred Palmer. While resident in Macon county
Mr. Hughes married Miss Anna
At the 18th annual meeting of
the first district of the United
Daughters of. the Confederacy in
Sylva last Tuesday, Mrs. Herbert
E. Church, president of the Frank
lin chapter, was elected vice-director
of the district. Mrs. L. A.
Cossett of . Hendersomville was
elected director. The district in
cludes the following chapters:
Andrews, Asheville, Black Moun
tain, Brevard, Dillsboro, Franklin,
Hendersonville, Old Fort, Sylva
and Waynesville. Miss Anne
Wilson; district director, presided
at the meeting. ' , '''.' ;
Mrs. Church, Mrs. Lester Conley,
Mrs. J. Ward Lomg, Mrs. A. B.
Slagle, Mrs. Lou Campbell and
Mrs Lilly Rankin attended from
May Dowdle of dark's Chapel,
daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs.
E. P. Dowdle. His many friends
in the county will join in congra
tulations and good wishes to their
former pastor and his wife. '
GARDEN CLUB TO MEET
WITH MRS. AVERELL
The Franklin Garden Club will
meet on Monday afternoon at 3
o'clock at the home of Mrs. James
L. AvereH. Mrs. Frank Higdon
will be associate hostess and all
members are urged to attend.
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FRANKLIN. N. C
Mr. and Mrs. James Ballard and
nephew, Dion Foot, have arrived
in Franklin where Mr. Ballard is
connected with the forest .service.
They came here from Montana.
Mr. Ballard has been working out
of the Asheville office of U. S.
Mrs. Ray . N. Moses and three
children, of Cartoogechaye, will
leave Saturday for Rutherfordton
where they will spent several days
with Mrs. Moses' sister, Mrs. Gene
Tanner. They will also visit Mrs.
Moses' mother, Mrs. Ida Jane
Hairr in Clinton while gone.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Skagg and
daughter, Betty Lou, of Walhalla,
S. C, spent Sunday in Franklin
Mrs. Carl Curtis spent the week
end in Clayton, Ga., with ber sis
ter, Miss fc-thel Liodtrey.
R. B. Jones has returned to his
home in Asheville, after spending
sometime here with his daughter,
Mrs. J. W. Cunningham and Mr.
Mrs. J. C Barrington, who has
been ill for several days was re
ported Wednesday to be some
Mrs. W. A. Tippett, of Frank
lin Route 4, is spending a week
with her daughter, Mrs. Frank
Tallent amd Mr. Tallent at their
home on the Georgia road. .
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cunning
ham spent the week-end with his
uncle, James W. Cunningham and
family hear Franklin.
Bob , Tallent and Charlie Dills
returned to Brevard Monday where
they have employment, after spend
ing the week-end in Franklin with
relatives and friends.
Mrs. Eloise G. Franks, county
sunrrintendent of nublic Welfare,
attended the annual convention of
mother, Mrs. J. T. Cozening at
her home on Cartoogechaye.
J. B. Higdon has returned to his
home in Atlanta, after being here
during the illness and death of his
mother, Mrs. Margaret Higdon.
Mrs. John Mallonee, of Almond,
Swain county, visited relatives and
friends here Monday.
Jack Ramey, of - Enka, is spend
ing several days with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Ramey at their
home at Riverside.
Mrs. Sam L. Rogers has return
ed from Greensboro where she
spent several weeks with her
daughter, Mrs. L. B. Hayes and
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hearn and
son, Eric, of Salisbury, spent the
first of the week here with Mrs.
Hearn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bryson, of
Waynesville, spent the week-end
with Mrs. Bryson's parents, Mi
and Mrs. Zeb V. Shope, at their
home in the Prentiss community.
Misses Audrey Conley and Mil
dred Cabe who are taking a com
mercial course at Blan ton's in
Asheville, spent the week-end here
with their parents.
Miss Annie. Slagle has returned
to her home at Babbling Brook on
Cartoogechaye, after spending the
winter in Charlotte with her ,hiece,
Mrs. C R. Zachary and Mr. Zachary.
Miss Josephine Weaver, . of
Hayesville, is the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam W. Mendenhall on
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Blaine,
of Asheville, who were married at
Easter, spent the latter; part of
the week with Mr. Blaine's par
ents. Mr. and Mrs, C. T. Blaine
at theiir home rim ' Harrison- ave
nue. Little M iss Brandon Christy,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs." Henry
Christy, has. returned to her home
on Cartoogechaye, after spending
a month in Charlotte with her
aunt, Miss Brandon Corpening.
Mrs.' W. W. Sloan has returned
from Maplewood, N. J., where- she
spent the winter with her daugh
ter, Mrs. J. S. McAlister and Mr.
Mr, and Mrs. J. C. Turner and
Miss Helen Cunningham visited
Mr. Turner's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Turner i Atlanta, the
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Conley spent
the week-end in Newport News,
Va., with their daughter. Miss
Mrs. E. K. Cunningham and
Mrs. W. T. Moore are spending
this week at Duke hospital taking
Mrs. Ted Gril)ble and daughter
and Mrs. T. H. Callahan of Bryson
The elementary teachers of the
Franklin school t were entertained
last Thursday-by Mrs. Lester Hen
derson at her home on Forest
avenue. Decorations were spring
flowers. Miss Amy ' Henderson as
sisted in entertaining. .
Refreshments were served, after
which discussions were in order
concerning' the Book Club of ( the
teachers. Mrs. Pearl Hunter was,
The books of the club are read
and passed along until each mem
'ber has had a chance to read all
MRS. I CONLEY
Magazine Prints Recipe
the North Carolina Conference of ! r;
tv v!silH fripnrls here Wednes-
Social service meeting in uurnam
April 27, 28, and 29.
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Corpening
and two children, Alton, Jr., and
Anne Marie, of Danville, Va, re
cently visited Mr. Corpening's
Panorama Courts Dining Room is now open
from 7:00 a. m. to 11:00 p. m.
Regular Meals and Special Orders are Served
Fried Chicken, Country Ham, Steaks
The Public is Invited to Dine With Us
Franklin, N. C
Manson Stiles, who 'is a paitent
in Angel hospital was reported
Thursday to be improving nicely.
Mrs. Jera Shope is a patient in
Angel hospital suffering from in
juries received in a' fall last week.
J. M. Morgan, of West's Mill,
who underwent a gall bladder oper
ation at Angel hospital Tuesday, is
reported to be getting along nicely.
Mrs. W. M. Smart has returned
from Chapel Hill where she spent
several weeks with her husband
and son, who are working there.
Mrs. H. G. Crisp, of Highlands,
who underwent a very serious op
eration at Angel hospital, was re
ported by hospital attendants to
be very satisfactory.
Mr. Bailey of the Selective
Service Board in Raleigh visited
the local draft board this week
for a conference with the local
board. He congratulated the board
upon the efficient manner in which
the records were kept by the clerk,
Mrs. G. A. Jones, and assistant
clerk, C. Tom Bryson, said E. W.
Long, chairman "of the hoard.
The Farm Security Administra
tion office which ha been located
in the Leach building on Main
street since their office in the
Agricultural building burned in
January, have moved back to the
Agricultural building since it has
Mrs. Z. W. Conley, president of
the. Cartoogechaye club, won a
$10 prize in a reoeipe contest con
ducted by Womans Home Compan
ion some time ago.
We print the prize-winning rec
North Carolina Chicken Pie
Dress and singe a fowl. Put in
a saucepan with boiling water to
cover, add a sliced carrot, one stalk
celery, one sprig parsley and one
fliced onion. Bring to the boiling
point, cover and simmer until the
fowl is tender allowing about 30
minutes to pound. When half done
season with salt and pepper. Line
a shallow baking dish with pastry,
then a layer of cup-up boned
chicken, " than a layer of pastry.
Boil chicken stock dow.n to 3 cups,
strain and skim off most of the
fat. Mix 4 tablespoons flour to a
smooth paste with cold water and
add to the stock. Bring to the
boiling point, stirring constantly
and add to the chicken in baking
dish, put in oven and cook until
bottom crust is nearly done. Then
add remainder of stock, if any,
and cover 'with pastry, cook slow
and top crust is brown. Serve im
ly until pastry is thoroughly done
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cunningham
announce the birth of . a son, Paul
Max, in Angel hospital on Friday,
April 18. Mr. and Mrs. Cunning
ham who are now living at Hayes
ville, are former Macon county
A son, Dover, was born to. Mr.
and Mrs. Lee Mason at their home
in the Cowee township, . on Mon-1
day, April 14.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Higdon an
nounce the birth of. a son, James
Terry, at. Angel hospital on' Wed
nesday, April 30.
News has come from Mrs. Esther
Treas of, the birth on' April 19 of
a grandson, David Edward, to Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Mi ' Treas' at
Kanuga Lake near Hendersonville.
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thrown out her adding machine?
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GARDEN AND YARD RAKES
Macon County Supply Co.
LYMAN HIGDON AND HARVE BRYANT, Mgrs.
The stock and fixtures known as Sloan's Market, have been pur
chased from Mrs. J. S. Sloan by Baldwin and Liner. We hope
that the business may continue without any interruption. Ve
shall endeavor to render every service of the past and to improve
those services if possible.
We cannot hope to improve the state sanitary rating, since
this Market is being operated as Grade A. ' '
The business will be directed at the present by the co-managers,
H. T. Sloan and Gus Baldwin, formerly assistant manager
of the Dixie Store here. George Tessier will be assistant manager.
We ask for a continuation of your patronage and we hope
that we may be able to serve you better even than the fine way
vou have been served here in the past.
Baldwin & Liner Market